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is the death of former ravens owner, art modell.this is a story we've been covering closely... ever since news broke early this morning. morning.tom rodgers is here with more on is cause of death... and the mark he's leaving on the ccmmunity. modell died early this morning from heart failure.his sons were byyhis side at johhs hopkins when modell passed away at 4 a-m.modell will always be remembered as the mmn that brought professional football back tt baltimore. baltimore.joining us on thee phone right nnw is brad jackson... former raven linebacker.. joins us on the phone with more on the former owner. what memorres do you have of art modell?he helped build the ravees into thh super bowl the ravens into the suppr bowl team you played &pon... that must have been a special time.1998-2001 according to the baltimore ravens... davvd modell... art's son... says he was there when his dad took his final breath.he said quote- "my &pbbother john and i were with him when he finally rejoinee the absolute love of his life, my mother pat modell."all over pacebook... people are reacting to his death.here
f, scott fitzgeeald once wrote there are no seconds acts in american life.art modell contradicts that theory..his second act begannwhen he arrfived in baltimore in 1995..and all of us are richer because of it.we'll have more, coming up in sports a little later. &pthere... was a somber mood... at... practice today.../ as... the ravens... get eady for their season opener... against the bengals.../art... modell... was the biggest driving force... behind monday which... is... when the ravens... hoot cincinatti.../ he... was... a... true visionary of the game.../ but he was so much more to the people who knew him... 3 former ... ravens president.../ david.../ - released... this stttement.../// "'poppy'... was... a special man... who....was loved... by his sons,.../ his... daughter-in-law... michelle,.../ and... his six grandchildren.... grandchildren...//. he... was... adored by ...the entire baltimore community... &p and generossty..../ and,.../ he... loved baltimore.../. made ...an he... important... and
which was heavily funded by pat and art modell."it's a public college it's a public modell."funded by pat and art modell."it's a public college it's a public modell."it's a public college prepratory school...wherr studentsalso live on campus."there would not be a seed school of maryland without the modells." james turner says the modell's gift of more than five miilion dollars...is giving the seed school...a bright future. (turner) "and they bought into the mission brought their influecne and their generosity and spirit to the table when we were starting thise school." art and pat modell....also donated several million dollars to help refurbish... the lyric.a historic theater...that now bears their name.(brodie) "they had a huge love affair themselves for 42 years and that heart and love affair extended tt the baltimore community and beyond cause they cared genuinely and siicerely about people and their welfare and their betterment." ((ydell) "and when this part of the seed school is completed...in southwest baltimore, john rydell, fox 45 news at 5:30." 3 governor martin o'
of the ravens franchise who bawled -- brought football back to baltimore. today, we say goodbye weart modell. -- to art modell. modell passed away today at the age of 87. he passed away with his sons at his side. we are joined live from sports legend museum with a look at the life of a sports legend. >> here in baltimore, he is a legend. he is a man who was respected and loved. jerry sandusky looks back on the life of the man who brought football back to basketball. >> art modell thought he would call cleveland home for the rest of his life. baltimore was returned to the nfl. but he was prevented from returning to cleveland for the rest of his life. >> ladies and gentlemen and friends of friends. >> modell never look back. he never try to hide how torn he felt about making the decision. >> no matter how promising baltimore is. i love the city of baltimore and i love the people. it is similar in makeup as it is in cleveland. but it hurt terribly to see that last game. >> only five seasons after bringing the nfl back to baltimore, modell dedicated the lombardi trophy to the city of baltimore.
that treasures the same thing. football and family. >> we lost a wonderful guy and my heart breaks for the modell family. we lost pat less than a year ago. their love -- people who knew about their love for each other, he would rather be with her than with us. >> art modell help to change the nfl. pioneering monday night football. he relocated his team from cleveland to baltimore and even after he sold the team, he remained a regular round of the ravens. at -- i visited with modell last month. art modell always had a knack for making people smile. >> he made a great effort to get out of practice and see what was going on. the way he and his wife treated me. but will be forever grateful for the time i was able to spend with those guys. i was able to do it. art modell was a great guy. he did so much for our organization and the nfl. just a great guy. >> players knew how much art modell loved the team, loved them, and they hope to honor that legacy of the way a football man would like. >> he lived a full life. that is a full life. one thing you think about, what i think about life and death is how y
legend... has died.the details just pouring into our newsroom... about former ravens owner, art modell. &p"we are here to nomiite a president, (cheers) and i've got one in mind." mind." democrats are gearing up... for president obama's acceptance speech.why tonight's speech... is beinn &pmoved.and the reason it's drawing critics. and it's the biggest day for the orioles in á15 years.á we'll explain why... and what the team is diong to honor a baseball legend today. &p3 3 thursday, september 6th 3 3 33 3 3 3 3 baltimore ravens owner, art ws - modell... haa died. died.modell was 87 years oll... bruce cunningham gives uu a look back into his life... life... ((ttke pkg)) 3 -art modell meent a lot to this city-people are facebook page... megan has more on theirrreaction. peaction. good morninggguys,peoole all over baltimore... and across the nation are waking up with heavy hearts this morning... hearing this news.this is the tt baltimore. baltimmre.on our facebook page... people are sharing their memories:--craig ssys: i had the privilege of knowing mr. modell. he was a kind and gent
e lost a friend." friend."tonight... remembering art modell... and his enduring . legacy."i worked hard and took care of people on the way up... and go out taking care of people" people" hello, ... i'm... jeff barnd...// jennifer... gilbert... is... on assignment.../// this... morning.../ baltimore... heard... the... former ...owner... of... the baltimore ravens... died art... modell... started... in the n-f-l.../ when ... he... bought... the cleveland browns ... in... 19-61... for... 4 million dollars...//he... moved... the team... to baltimore... in... 19-96...//. while... in... the league...he... would negotiate... the league's ... first... t-v contracts../.help... launch... monday night football../....and... n-f-l films.../.in ... 2004... he sold the ravens... to... steve bisciotti../. remaining... a... minority owner.../ modell... was... 87.../// there... are... great team owners...// and... bad... ones...// judging... from... whattthe... ravens say... tonite...// art... modell... was... áclearlyá... the former
the economic realities that we have right now. that is that the normal business model of having print media -- that model is not sustainable. you have got to begin to reinvent that particular model and then in its place are these alternative news sources. you have to then ask the question whether or not they themselves can fill that particular role. we have to somehow get that information out to the general public. >> do we have more questions? >> it looks like i may be one of the only people here that does not remember what life was like before the internet. my generation has always had it. i have a question -- how do you think that news organizations can promote the depth of perspective that comes with law reform journalism to younger readers like me that are accustomed to abbreviated media and mobile media like twitter and status updates and text messages -- that comes with long form of journalism. >> do any of your friends read newspapers? >> none of my friends read. [laughter] at all. then i can you -- >> can you answer that? >> that is the challenge of online is developing the news fo
are still rememberingart modell.the former owner...who brought the .f.l. back o yesterday at age 87. o...diee &pmodell...spent more than 40- years in the n.f.l... and is credited with helping to launch monday night football. but he never made it to the hall of fame.and as john rydell telll us...that's angered local fans... fans... tributes to art modell all ous - weekknd long and into next week but his passing has rekindled an age-old debate around the country as to whether this legendary owner should be elected to the pro football hall of fame.""when art modell's name is synonymous with television and the nfl, hoo can he not be in? i mean to me, hat's cut and dry."on 105..-fm...the debate has only intensified.vinny and rob...believe even one sports writer in cleveland...could be responsible...for blocking modell's election."and i'll guarantee you if that guy's a voter roo, he's not voting for, because it's an emotional decision."in an interview with fox 45 several years agg...art modell was asked...about the possiblity of beinggelected... to the hall of fame. (modell) "it's not my ca
... continue to mourn the passing of former ravens owner art modell. modell.according to reports modell passed away at johnn had been admitted on wednesday for unknown reasons.his cause of death is noo known at this time.modell... an n-f-l owner for four decadess.. was once considered one of the most leaguu, aa the man behind the cleveland browns ... who later became the ravens when he brought the team to baltimore in 1996.mmdell was eighty- seven years old. 3 fans... are.. quick... to react ... to... the passing... of... art modell.../.. jeff abell... has been... gauging ...their reaction today. today..... (1:00:21) "i'll tell ya. art model died, i can't believe that....." throughhut the city, football fans were struggling with the news..... (58:54) (gregory compton) "i just heard about it 15-minutes ago....its just got me upset..... (53:30) (tt/museum) "the baltimore ravens....." at the sports egends museum, many fans remembered art modell as the godfather of baltimore football.....the owner who brought sundays back to baltimore.
. that is a unique funding model that happens in public radio we have listeners supported content. that is something we were talking about funding earlier, talking about rich people donating, where if you had this micro finance model -- that is part of why president obama was elected as well. his campaign finance open it up to everyone to be able to donate. i think journalism, and going forward, can learn a lot from that model. >> and we got many $5 donations from people who are not working right now. >> my name is luke. i worked as a generalist for seven years. currently -- journalist for seven years. currently, i worke with photographs. it is really all about the business model. patch believe they can make money based on advertising. other local newspapers believe advertising is not enough to support journalism. i am interested in your thoughts on that, brian. and pat, i know that you are looking for 20, 30 times returns. >> what is that? >> i put in $1 million and i get $10 million out. >> we do not know what that is an public radio. [laughter] >> ok, thank you. i would like to ask our guests to
set for his saturday. saturday.the modell faaily and the baltimore ravens are inviting... everyone. &peveryone.tom rodgers isshere with more on where you can pay your respects. mr. modell's casket will be placed on the field at m & t bbnk tadium this saturday... with the lombardi trohphh. trohphy.the viewing is from 11 to 1 pm...parking is free in lot b and c.all fans are invited and are encouraged to purple.former ravens owner art modell died early yesterday morning with his sons by his ssde... he was 87 yeers old. but his legacy lives on.he negottated the nfl-afl merger... helped establish nfl films and was a big proponent of mondaa night football.he moved his cleveland browns to baltimore in 1996... and that might'veecost him a place in the hall of fame... but here in baltimore... he will always be the man who rought football back. 15:59:09 i'm here because of him and anytime you can leave a legacy he's the most awesome guy i've ever met in donated millions of dollars to local charities in baltimore. modell's wife patricia... died last fall at the age of 80. we created a secti
, there are multiple model ser -- models. let me simplify them. one is instead of building your own data center which companies would do 10 years ago and build your own computer room at generators and air conditioning, you use an outsourced professional data center. that is one move to the court, which is one move to the crowd. the second model, which you have actually used to set up a mass of private club, where you can now provision servers on demand for your constituents within the city. in the context of a government with the compliance issues and security issues and mission critical services which you overlay, that is quite an achievement. so that is the second model which you have embarked on. the third model is clearly the public crown. he made a decision to move some of your data to a public cloud -- e-mail. if you talk about the decision process which led to selecting each of them, your concerns, your challenges, and the economics behind each of those models, i think it would be very beneficial. >> a cake, well, our decision to leverage services and move to echolocation a facility in the cit
ravens owner, art modell. reports of a explosives on board a plane... turnnout to be nothing more than a hoax. but there's something interesting... about the initial uspect.we'll tell you joel ad-libs 3 33 3 friday, september 7th &pp 3 3 3 3 wilkens295mmp saying goodbye to a baltimore legend.viewing arrangements for art modell have been set for this saturday. saturday.the modell family aad the baltimore ravens are inviting... everyooe.megan gilliland is here with more on where you can pay your respects. good morning guys,mr. modell's casket willlbe pllced on the field attm & t bank stadium this saturday... with thee lombardi trohphy.the viewing is from 11 to 1 pm...parking is free in lot b and c.all fans are invited and are former ravens owner art modell died eerly yesterday morning with his ons by his side... legacy lives on.he negotiaaed the fl-afl merrer... helped establish nfl films and was a big proponent of monday night football.he moved his cleveland browns to baltimmre in 1996... and that might've cost hhm a place in the hall of fame... but here in baltimore... he will alway
and they are in the process of locating him. >> ray lewis delivered an emotional eulogy today at the memorial for art modell. hundreds of people packed into the baltimore hebrew congregation today to say goodbye. barry simms joins us live with more on that service. >> art modell was called a legend, an innovator, and someone who genuinely cared about people. family, friends, ravens players and fans of the team gathered at baltimore hebrew congregation for final tribute to art modell. >> the question he leaves us with today is, if you do nothing else in life, what would you fight for? what legacy would you leave? >> art modell died thursday at age 87. he was remembered for his sense of humor, his jokes, some funny, some not, is bringing professional football back to baltimore, his compassion for those in need, civic contributions, and contributions to the national football league. >> his contributions to the nfl or extraordinary. the nfl was lucky to have art modell. >> his son talked about the strong bond they had with their father and his bond with the community. >> he used to tell us why sports teams were
game in art modell's memory and what a game it was. >> how much more of this " weather can we hope for -- how much more of this cool weather can we help for? [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> good morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> it was great to open the windows and turn off the air conditioning. >> it was crisp and cool in the morning and warm in the afternoon. >> i saw the smoke coming out of your ears. >> 52 degrees at the airport. it has stepped into the 40's in the far west suburbs. it will be a beautiful afternoon. lots of sunshine. high temperature of 78 degrees. when we come back, we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. >> good morning. a great start. no delays at the moment. the monument closure because of the sinkhole repair. monument street is closed near patterson park. 58 traveling down from the
that we can thank for the ravens and every thing he did for the community. art modell passed away yesterday and it's your turn to say thank you and good-bye. abc2 news sherrie johnson is live with how you can pay your respects and they want people to come down there. >> reporter: they sure do. they are hoping for a huge outpouring and art modell's caskets will be on the field right here at m and t bank stadium on saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. it will be a silent tribute and they are asking folks to wear purple. and the lombardi trophy will be right by his side e passed away -- he passed away early yesterday morning at age of 87. he brought our beloved ravens here from cleveland in 1996 and hosted the lombardi trophy as owner in 2001 and his influence was bigger than football. he and his wife pat donated millions of dollars to charities in the city including the school. johns hopkin high school and modell impacted the nfl but particularly left a mark with number 52. >> he's one of the most awesome man i met in my life and for me to know him, i know the guy had a real plan. for me
with us. >> it will hold a silent public tribute to art modell. his casket will be placed on the field. pan -- fans can pay tribute. fans are encouraged to wear purple. people are paying their respects to the man who led them to choose the name the ravens when they first arrived, making the city of football again. much more in reaction from the fans. >> i will tell you what kind of guy he was. a friend of mine, of baltimore city police officer was in an accident. he was escorting one of the buses and he was hurt and had been hospitalized. he was fine but the next day who was there, art modell and his wife. visiting the officer to make sure he was all right. everyone loves art modell. >> ladies and gentlemen and friends -- >> for fans, art modell was their night in shining armor. the man who brought football back to baltimore. >> he created not only football back to baltimore but helped create a first-class franchise that puts out a good product year after year. >> his bringing football back. >> it was said as. he did a lot for this town and i think we will miss him. >> a good man. he d
a pro football back to baltimore. former reagan's owner art modell -- former ravens owner art modell. there were plenty of stories about art modell. he was called a man of action, who loved people and gave generously. families, friends, ravens players, and fans of the team gathered for final tribute to former ravens owner art modell. >> the question he leaves us today is, if you do nothing else in life, what will you fight for? what legacy will you leave? >> he died thursday at the age of 87. he was remembered for his sense of humor and his jokes. it's bringing professional football back to baltimore, his compassion and contributions to the national football league. >> he was certainly an original. his contributions to the nfl were extraordinary. the nfl was lucky to have art modell. >> his son's talked about the strong bond had with their father, and his bonds to the community. >> he is to tell us what he thought pro sports teams were so important to the community, to bring together folks from disparate walks of life in the form of a common cause. that date -- his hope was that that
art modell will be laid to rest today.how you can pay your respects. the victim of the perry hall high school shooting.. heads home.the two things he says he's most looking forward to doing now that he's out of the hospital. and... from teen star.. to criminal?the charges miley cyrus is facing this morning. 3 3 3 tuesday, september 11th 3 3 3 mapbelairwilkens 295 3 3953 a final goodbye to a baltimore legend. the funeral for the former owner of the baltimore ravens... art modell... is scheduled for later this mornin. morning.megan illiland is here with more on how he is being honored today. good morning guys,the funeral for art modell will be held at congregation t 11:000o'clock this morning.the service will be followed by an invitation only luncheon and a private since his passing last thursday... at the age of 87... the city of baltimore has been honoring the man who brought football back to home opener at m and t bank s - stadium... there was a moment of silence for mr modell.he started his careee in football as the owner of the cleveland browns.when he brought th
"unnecessary" and unfair to the city's school children. the n-f-l world remembered art modell...with a moment of &psilence beforeeevery football game,sunday ... except in cleveland.at the request of modell's family... the browns did not hold a moment of silence.modell remains a target of bitterness by many clevelanddbrown fans... for moving his team to baltimore 17 years ago. hundreds of fans dressed in purple.... wrapped around m &t bank stadium saturday toopay their respects to art modell. --------nats of frank sinatra singing--------- - inside the stadium...with sinatra playing in the background and from a hundred seats away ...many fans were moved to see modell's caskktt draped in the american flag. modell's family greeted the fans... who all gave them their version of what the former ravens owner meant to them. "ttey just said how much they him here and i meet him there - and he was always so wonderful plways was kind and took time and saii hello and the outpouring of loveewas incredib" incredible." the ravens are dedicating their season to art modell. and at onights
3 saying goodbye to a bbltimore legend.where you can pay your respects to art modell this weekend. 3&nats of crash. crash. a maryland state trooper was hit byya tractor trailer during a traffic stop...and it was all caught on his dash able to stand on his feet... before ccllapsing. nats of mom dancing dancingand back to school... means back to funnfor one mom. we'll show youumore.. of her fancy footwork! 3 3 pcamden yards 3 today is fridayy september 7. 3 3 3 mapbelairwilkknsmap395 saying goodbye to a baltimore legend.viewing arranggments for art modell have been set for this saturday. saturday.the modell family and the altimore ravens are inviting... everyone.megan gilliland is here with more onn where you can pay your respects. good morning guys,mr. modell's field at mm& t bank stadium - phis saturday... with the lombadi trohphy.the viewing is from 11 to 1 pm...parking is free in lot b and c.all fans are nvited and are encourrged former ravens owner art modell died earry yesterday morning with his sons by his side... he was 87 years old.but his legacy lives on.hh negotiated
the therapeutic uses and just like with the other tech companies, this is a very successful model that is happening between big and small, established and new. the collaboration that is going to go on here, i'm excited about this. it will especially with the two companies that you are naming today and i have to admit, terry, that when i heard prolynx was here, i thought you have finally gotten a replacement for the driving range -- you have to be a golfer to understand that. [ laughter ]. and aronora, these are very important discoveries and therapeutic uses of medin that medicine that will advance our world and 38 of them here in mission bay on a vision that i inherited, but so glad to come to fruition. these great incubators will provide information for future generations. i know. it it's right here happening in san francisco and at the same time, while we visualize the kind of push-button to some of these solutions, you have got to see how the laboratory discoveries and the very high-levels of disciplines that are happening in these laboratories. and in the constant conver
. according to our modeling this represents a less of 95 million jobs annually and reduction in the city's economy about $8 million during the four and a half years of the program. to put those figures into context, san francisco has approximately 550,000 wage and salary job, approximately 100 billion economy and these represent 1.01% of city in terms of total employment. >> just a question. >> uh-huh. >> the -- what is the source of funding for -- that we are using for the withdrawal of government funding? >> from an economic modeling point of view it is government funding. the money comes directly from the hetch hetchy enterprise. >> so we are saying we are moving it from a particular service and function to something else but it seems like that function service of the hetch hetchy enterprise might not be impactful to local economies. so are we doing an apples to apples comparison? >> i think we are. we are legally required to maintain a balance in the enterprise fund. so even though it is a reserve and technically not actively doing something, if it is reduced it needs to be raised. w
are leaving the model "s" 4-5 weeks behind on deliveries. tesla also says it's holding suppliers to high standards. the car maker's original goal was to deliver 5,000 model "s" cars by the end of the year. that has now dropped to around 3,200. coming up in the show, find out what big-ticket items are good buys this season. that's later on. but first, weather watchers turn to new technology to predict the forecast following this summer's drought. bill moller has that, after the break. @p@po' the nation's drought is spurring new innovations in biotechnology. reports say scientists are working on modifying a corn crop that would have the ability to survive a drought. agricultural companies have been investing hundreds of millions of dollars into the trials, according to the chicago tribune. it doesnt stop at corn. the agricultural business wants the agenda to include soybean, cotton and wheat crops. it's not just a matter of coming up with better seeds and farming practices. weather forecasters have to do a better job at anticipating patterns associated with this drought that's gripped the
is tonight at 7:00. vs. the bengals... honoring art modell. modell.look at this line........ an estimated....... showed up o pay their respects with sinatra muuic playing throughout the stadium to honor the life of a showman, and one of the greatest ownerss in nfl history. for so manyy fans, this was personal... they got the chance to go to field where they ove cheering on the team that art modell brought to baltimore. they were able to see the casket up close, touch thh lobardi trophy, and even talk personally wwth the family. it's on this verr field where the ravens willlplay the bengals in the monday night football opener. the first chance to put lasttyear's tough ending to rest, and all might happen this year, can 3 finally end. 3 3 the ravens field and helmets will 3 the ravens field and helmets will look a little &pdifferent tonight when you watch n tv, or ome here to the stadium. art's name ill be on the field in big art decals on theri helmets all year long. just one more way to pay honor to the man who gave us the olors... so we could
courage. he is a person who brought the ravens to charm city. and today art modell will be laid to rest. abc2 news sherrie johnson is live as people come to say their final good-byes. >> reporter: well, we are here live just a few feet away from the baltimore hebrew congregation in northwest baltimore. today, family, friends and players will gather here to say a final good-bye to art modell. now, last night, before the ravens first kick off and national anthem everyone took a moment to pay tribute to modell. the stadium fell silence. we saw the loss on ray lewis face and his eyes tell the story. he saw modell as a father figure. modell is best remembered for contributions to the national football league and the owner of the cleveland browns from 1961 and 1995 and ravens from 1996 to 2003. he helped launch monday night football and was also known for his charitable work. modell is survived by his sons and six grandchildren. that funeral begins this morning at 11:00 followed by a private luncheon. we are told that the modell family is actually asking that folks gave contribution to the se
infrastructure. i do not know that i see a business model for the expenditure of that level of money to build out a national fiber network. the same thing when verizon went into the market with biofios. at&t thought the same thing. they decided not to build a national or regional fiber network. we have consistently said and continue to believe that we are not afraid of competition. we like our product. we think competition makes us a better company. we think it makes a sharp. it improves the quality and innovation of our offerings. just like satellite made companies, it does make comcast a better company and force us to move more quickly. whatever other competitor comes along, be will be happy to welcome them to the fray. we will embrace the improvements that they will make in our product and service for our customers. >> when you hear the term "tv everywhere," what does that mean? >> i will start with the broadest definition and then narrow it. for many years a week at comcast -- we at comcast, people use to argue about whether comcast or distribution was keen. -- king. the customer is increasin
went about getting the tooth out. >> reporter: a final good-bye to art modell. i am live in northwest baltimore with more on the funeral coming up. okay, what'ya havin? i'll have the build your own burger with a... sunny-side up egg, jack cheese, jill. and, uh... make it a double. inspiration can come from anywhere. build your own burgers are now at denny's. we psome aerosolsorth may just mix with them. can febreze really remove them? we asked real people what they thought. take a deep breath for me. describe the smell. it's very pleasant. fresh. some kind of flower maybe? remove the blindfold... awww, oh yuck! i didn't smell any of that! febreze air effects doesn't mix, it actually removes odors. [ laughs ] wow, that's incredible. just another way febreze helps you breathe happy. >>> thanks for joining us this morning. he is the person we can thank for bringing baltimore to bringing the ravens to charm city. and today art modell will be laid to rest. many are expected to show up for the funeral this morning. and sherrie johnson is live this morning with more on the icon and how he is
that coming up in your weather plus forecast. >>> our big story this morning. remembering art modell, the original owner of the baltimore ravens who passed away thursday. >> this week the morning will hold a silent public tribute. that's where our 11 news reporter joins us live with more. good morning. >> good morning, rob. welsh starting at 11:00 this morning, fans will have an opportunity to say good-bye to the man who brought football back to baltimore. some fans have already started to show up here at m&t bank stadium. we're joined by john. john came out from aberdeen. john, why did you decide to come out and pay your respects this morning? >> well, mr. modell did a lot for this city. and without it, sheldon, okay, we wouldn't have -- without him, we wouldn't have pro football in the town of baltimore. he was just magnificent man. as far as maryland is considered or anywhere el. he should be in the pro football hall of fame. you can look at what the modelles did here with the m&t stadium and the facility that's around it. it's absolutely just wonderful. >> that's why you wanted t
of art modell. the team will honor art modell with a video of trivia. players are having t-shirts that have his tportrait on the front. he shared a deeply personal moment, the last minute he spent with the former owner. >> bring to play our best. and he gave me his biggest response. he looked at me like -- those eyes were going right at me, like, you betterl -- you better. >> that quiet energy is what he will carry into tonight's game. quiet is not the word we expect to apply to the fans as the crowd fills the stadium. this town is fired up. >> it is so awesome courage i am having fun with my tailgating friends including the master of tailgating, wanda. >> we of macaroni and cheese, pulled the chicken, pulled pork, corn on the cob, turkey burgers, hot dogs, italian sausage, hamburger, fried fish, chicken, deviled eggs,. a salad, and i also have some coleslaw. i did not bring in a desert. we have dessert as well. -- out of annapolis and we love tailgating. as you can see, there are people all around and we're on the corner of hamburg and russell. we love this season. we're l
modell... the former ownerr of the baltimore ravens... and the man who brought football back to baltimore. baltimore.hii funeral is scheduled for 11:00... megan gilliland is here with more on how he is being remembered today. good morning guys,since his passing last thursday... at the age of 87... the city of baltimore has been honoring art modell.during last night's home opener at m and t bank stadium... there was a moment of silence... silence...natssfrom game tribute tribute a tribute to the man who played an intrumental role in the n-f-l.negotiating the nfl-afl merger... helping to establish nfl films and pushing for monday night cleveland browns to baltimore in 1995.over the past few days... modell's family has been greeted by fans sharing their stories... about the man who not only brought football back... but the man who cared. "thee just said how much they loved him and how ohh i meet him here and i meet him there and he was always so wonderful and neverrput on airs and always was kind and took time and said hello and the outpouring of love was incredib" incredible."the funeral fo
got away with thousands of people said their final goodbyes to former ravens owner art modell... tues. tuesday.the crowd included modell's family... several members of the ravens... and n-f-l commissioner roger goodell.many commented on art's contributions to the game of football.he not only formed the ravens franchiie in 1996... but also helped create monday night football. <"he loved the game of football. he loved his fans. he loved his teams - both of them. he loved the men who played for him."> 3 him.">ray lewis was among the speakers at tuesday's ceremony. he considered modell to be a friend and fathhr figure. torrey smith... joe flacco... and former raven, todd heap, also attended. we've created a section on our website... called "remembering art modell."there... you can watch raw interviews with modell... post your comments... or look through our gallery of photos from throughout the years.just go to fox baltimore dot com... and click on "remembbring art modell" under hot toppcs. theefood and drug administration is unveiling a new weapon... in the fight against co
that football league in to the nation's preeminent sports. saying goodbye to ravens owner art modell. he died today at johns hopkins hospital at the age of 87. gerry sandusky joins us with more. >> some called art modell a giant. fans will call him the man who brought the nfl back to baltimore. art modell uprooted his family, bold steps for a man who considered football and family his highest calling. he leaves behind a legacy that does not yet include a place in the hall of fame. baltimore will include the sentiment he loved. his name stands in the team's ring of honor. his will bring added baltimore and the nfl, and his values have become his legacy in that town that treasures the same thingss. >> we lost pat less than a year ago. most people knew that their love for each other figure that as frail as art was, he would rather be with her than with us. art modell helped to pioneer the launch of monday night football and change the league again when he brickle -- relocated to baltimore. even after he sold the team, he remained a regular. i visited with art modell at a ravens practice. quick w
and present ravens will gather later today for the funeral of art modell. >> the final fire roll is here at the baltimore hebrew congregation. they have been preparing for a large gathering to say by to the former ravens owner. the ceremony will honor art modell. he was 87. there was a moment of silence at the game last night. the players wore a decals on the back of their helmets. the focus will be on his larger- than-life personality and his many contributions. >> jewish tradition teaches us our funerals are the same matter who we are, whether we're someone who lived a quiet life. i think he would want the same. >> the funeral for art modell will be carried live on wbal plus at 11:00 a.m. on comcast channel 208, verizon fios 460, and 11-2. reporting live, kim dacey, wbal- tv 11 news. >> thank you. police are investigating the murder of an elderly couple. relatives expressed concern after they could not contact the couple appeared there was a man's body on the floor through the window. officers found his wife dead in the basement. >> i am shocked. i cannot believe in this neighborhood s
... art modell..../melinda roeder... was there... for the memorial ceremony - / 3 art modell was remembered today - for his love of baatimore... and the raaens... &pand he game of fooobaal.but he was also a friend and father figure to hundreds. and that was evident today - from the heartfelt eulogies. ---- video ----<01:07:35 "he really loved baltimore and baltimore loved art modell"> among the speakers today - were modell'sstwo sons and six grandchildrrn.... ray lewis - ravvn....<42:16 "rest in - peace, pop art.">and n-f-l commissioner roger goodell. thhy spooe of his contributiins to the n-f-l... he was instrumental in created monday night football games for t-v.and - as you all know - he staated theerrvens franchise in 1996.but will remember him - not just as a peam owner - but as a friend... with a good heart and a sense of humor.---- sot plways sticks out with me with art is his sense of humor... he always came up with quip to break the tension in the room."> room."> n-f-l commissioner roger goodell.... todl reporters it's not up to him to weigh in on the debate over wh
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. testing generations of older model prebendary the less weaponry [indiscernible] is now being used as a new language of threats against nations [indiscernible] continued threats by the uncivilized zionists to resort to military action against our great nation is a clear example of this reality. >> the u.s., canadian, and israeli delegations at the u.n. all skipped ahmadinejad's speech. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is expected to address the general assembly today. president obama and republican challenger mitt romney each spent wednesday campaigning in the battleground state of ohio, a key prize in the battle to win the november election. both candidates appealed to voters by attacking the other's record on china, with romney saying he will stop the country from taking u.s. jobs. >> one of the nations that has cheated over the years has been china. they have artificially held down the value of their currency. by doing that, the prices of their products are artificially low. when the prices are low and compete with our manufacturers, our guys go out of business and lose jobs. on
then applying this model from chicago and as was used in new york study as well. we did one and two-year impacts. we located a hypothetical store. we assumed it was 80,000 square feet, which at least by wal-mart and target standards is not unusual. they have supercenters as they are called by wal-mart between 80,000 and 140,000 square feet. target has stores in the 90,000 square foot range and as they are coming into more urban areas, they are also building smaller stores. you may have heard of some of these. there is what is called a neighborhood center. one is just being constructed now in chinatown in los angeles. and they are also trying a model called express stores which have even smaller 15,000 square feet or so of just fresh food. so we assume the model of a supercenter. we put it in district 6, assuming south of market would have more potential for a large store than some of the other districts in san francisco. but it could be located in other neighborhoods as well, but we needed to pick one to apply this model. and what we show then here and based on the loss that they recorded in ch
about art modell is he made us forget our time without football. art modell may have been the only man to pull this off. >> owners and executives all gathered in park heights to bid farewell to one of pro football's visionaries. ravens players like joe flacco, ray rice and others, art modell changed the game and the men who played it. >> there is no jim brown. there is no baltimore ravens if there's no modell. the question he leaves today, if you did nothing else in life, what will you fight for? what legacy will you leave. >> reporter: modell helped the league break new ground, unionize and moving the two leagues into one and it would push the game's later to new heights. >> it's appropriate that last night, here in baltimore, the ravens hosted monday night football, one of the great success stories in televisn history. part and pete roselle created monday night football. >> reporter: raves owner steve biscotti rushed to his bedside soon t be joined by others. >> jan har bop and others came to visit poppy and hear the men who defend the flag of baltimore and the flag of the ravens, on
about his contributions. will live with the story. >> david and john modell : mutual respect. they say their father cared a lot about baltimore as well. >> you really love you guys. >> the former ravens ravensdavid modell and his brother john shared memories of their father. >> his passing was peaceful and mercifully quick. i think he had a dinner appointment with my mother and wanted to get on with it. he missed her so terribly. now they are together, having a few laughs at our expense. >> all larger than life portrait of art modell hangs at the entrance to the facility. he died thursday morning. the ravenss tenure, won the super bowl in 2001. his family says they just want him to know how much they loved him and how much baltimore appreciated him. >> we had a moment with my father at the hospital with four players, the head coach, the owner. that easily rivaled my father receiving the super bowl trophy in 2001. it was one of the most special moments of my life that i will never forget. >> john modell described another special time. >> my dad started talking to the cab driver. by the
proceedings are under way as family members and friends give their final goodbyes to art modell. barry simms is live outside the baltimore hebrew congregation with more. >> family friends, ravens players are saying goodbye to art modell. he is being remembered for his jokes, his smile, bringing professional football back to baltimore, his many civic contributions, and his contributions to the national football league. rabbi andrew busch spoke of the full tapestry of his life, and tributes came from ray lewis, mardell's sons, and nfl commissioner roger goodell, who said that the nfl was lucky to have art modell. >> he was one of those owners that really got involved in the nfl, and he made it better. he was always there and he was always important to the league. i think i have a better understanding of the importance. >> why he isn't in the hall of fame, that is unbelievable. all that this man has done all the way down the line, not only in football, but out of football, where he has been a giver, not a taker. >> a former baltimore colts said he had to be here for this funeral because of the
of art modell who died on wednesday at the age of 87. we have more on the life of one of the most important figures in the history of the nfl. >> he did have a lot of influence. the nfl commissioner gave him credit for helping the nfl become a popular sport is today, praising him for realizing how important it is to get more football on television decades ago. there are others, especially in ohio, that lost respect for him about 16 years ago. >> he brought the ball back to baltimore. >> he will long be remembered as them and to turn the cleveland browns and to the baltimore ravens. charm city had been mourning the sudden departure of the colts that left the redskins the closest team. >> it brings a new life to a city that kind of gets beat down as a whole. >> he had a lot of success in the early years including an nfl championship. he was known as one of the driving forces behind the night football. he was very active in charities and causes. >> a man who cared about the committee. >> as popular as he is in much of maryland, he is unpopular in cleveland where fans have
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